CASE offers professional pics

By Chloe Wilhelm - Staff Reporter

The upcoming Linkedin Photo Shoot at Highline will allow students, staff, and faculty to update their Linkedin profile pictures for free.

The event, which will be on Wednesday, Feb. 28 from 3 to 4:30 p.m., will be free of charge, and will take place in Mt. Constance/Mt. Olympus in Building 8.

The photoshoot will be organized by the Career and Student Employment Center at Highline, with the collaboration of the MESA and Multimedia Design departments.

Linkedin is a social networking site for business and employment, and allows users to network with other professionals when searching for jobs.

Chantal Carrancho, manager of the Career and Student Employment Center, said that Linkedin is an important resource for students.

"Linkedin is important because it's a new way to network, and find jobs that matches their interests," she said.

Carrancho said that this photoshoot in particular is important for students to attend because it will help them build their network to find more jobs.

"Students should attend the photoshoot because it will help them build their Linkedin profile to show that they are professional and a good candidate for job openings," she said.

For the photoshoot, Carrancho said that students should dress professionally. She also said that staff and faculty are welcome to participate.

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